Brand image is everything to a retailer. Without it, the company just blends in with all of the other stores out there. The brand image is the differentiator. One of the ways retail brands set themselves apart is with store design, and a large part of this is the system hardware deployed throughout the store, from the POS to self-service kiosks.
Retailers are jumping on the Pinterest bandwagon, but unlike the failure of Facebook storefronts, this social site seems to be driving sales.
Many eBay sellers struggle to manage inventory on the site and are not able to put their entire catalog online.
The role of the LP professional is dramatically changing along with retail technology.
Loss prevention professionals' duties are undergoing a massive shift as retailers deploy new technologies, and criminals follow suit.
Technology is driving change throughout the retail enterprise, and mobility in the store is a huge part of this change.
The Canadian co-op is able to reduce excess inventory by 10% through the implementation of a new replenishment system.
Rouses is leveraging price optimization software chain-wide to increase sales and margins simultaneously.
The online fashion retailer leveraged a new shipping solution to better serve the customer and increase fulfillment efficiencies.
IP video and other LP technologies are creating cross-operational benefits for many retailers, which can lead to an incredibly quick ROI.